The bed itself is pine, scraps from Mr. H's project. It's finished with a thin coat of milk paint and a bit of green acrylic for accent.
The mattress and pillow are made from a thrifted pillowcase and stuffed with leftover batting from the sleeping bag my dad made. I told you he's the one who taught me to sew, right? He's picked it up again as a retirement hobby.
The doll bed is part of my set of "cozy" items for Handmade Parade. I am also working on other little doll quilts including this wool one.
It's made from felted sweaters and isn't especially pretty colors but I really like the rustic look and the scratchy/soft feel of it. I hand sewed the squares together with green embroidery floss. I imagine it's the kind of blanket they would have had in Little House on the Prarie to tuck in their dolls.
I also worked on Biscuit's new coat today (I should mention I took a half day at work so I had lots of sewing time). It's done except the buttons but when I asked her to try it on she SCREAMED.
NO COAT. NOOOOOOO